Replacement parts

For serial nos.: 100..., white

Screw-on cap with

silicone seal Art. no. 690 011

Starter-screw connection with

silicone seal Art. no. 690 021

Head covers with silicone seal

and tripple M20 seal stoppers Art. no. 690 001

End lamination 085 Meissner Art. no. 691 200

End lamination 185/R 150

Feldberg Art. no. 691 205


for Series 100, 200 and Bernina Art. no. 692 210

Apollo-cover for

continuous mounting,

with seal; Series PPR200 Art. no. 690 023

For serial nos.: 200..., rust proof

Mounting clip – standard Art. no. 693 031

Arch clip, upper part Art. no. 690 030

End lamination 185 Taunus Art. no. 691 202

End lamination 150 Riederwald Art. no. 691 201

End lamination 285 Odenwald Art. no. 691 206

Two-slot plug in socket

with silver-plated contacts

for T8/26 mm Art. no. 692 150

Two-slot plug in socket

for T5/16 mm Art. no. 692 151

Luna plug in socket

with starter socket Art. no. 693 049

Luna plug in socket

without starter socket Art. no. 693 060

For serial nos.: 100..., rust proof

Mounting clip – standard Art. no. 690 031

Special mounting clip Art. no. 690 032

Theft-proof arch clip Art. no. 690 033

For VDE-serial nos.: 100..., white

Continuous mounting cover with

silicone seal and retaining strap Art. no. 690 012

Continuous mounting cover for

easy maintenance with silicone

seal and retaining strap Art. no. 690 013

Internal mounting clip Art. no. 691 045

Nipple coupling 2 x 1.5 mm 2 Art. no. 601 206

Nipple coupling 4 x 1.5 mm 2 Art. no. 601 205

Nipple coupling 4 x 2.5 mm 2 Art. no. 602 205

Capri-Starter-screw connection Art. no. 690 207

Capri-Twist-lock quick connector Art. no. 690 208

Replacement parts

Threaded lampholder housing

single-lamp, white, Series 100 Art. no. 691 044

Threaded rings 38/26 Art. no. 690 052

Threaded rings 38 Art. no. 690 050

Threaded rings 38/50 Art. no. 690 053

Push-fit lampholder housing

DD 38, twin-lamp, white,

Series 100 Art. no. 691 090

Push-fit lampholder -38-

without pins Art. no. 691 052

Push-fit lampholder -38-

with pins Art. no. 691 053

Push-fit lampholder housing DDF/DDH,

single-lamp, white

Push-fit lampholder -38-

without pins Art. no. 691 052

Push-fit lampholder -38-

with pins Art. no. 691 053

Series 200 DDH Art. no. 691 085

Series 200 DDF Art. no. 691 086

Threaded lampholder housing

twin-lamp, white Series 100

with starter Art. no. 691 043

without starter,

electronic ballast version Art. no. 691 042

Threaded rings 38/26 Art. no. 690 052

Threaded rings 38 Art. no. 690 050

Threaded rings 38/50 Art. no. 690 053

Threaded lampholder housing

single-lamp, white, Series 200 Art. no. 691 076

Threaded rings 38/26 Art. no. 690 052

Threaded rings 38 Art. no. 690 050

Threaded rings 38/50 Art. no. 690 053

Push-fit lampholder DD T5/16 mm, single-lamp, white

Push-fit lampholder T5 without pins Art. no. 692 106

Push-fit lampholder T5 with pins Art. no. 692 107

DD T5 Clip, stainless steel Art. no, 692 109

DD T5 Clip made of

synthetic material POM Art. no. 692 108

Lampholder housing T5 single-lamp

with interior sockets Art. no. 692 100

Push-fit lampholder housing

DD 38, single-lamp, white, Series 100 Art. no. 691050

DD 50, single-lamp, white, Series 100 Art. no. 691056

Push-fit lampholder -38- without pins Art. no. 691052

. Push-fit lampholder -50- without pins

Push-fit lampholder -38- with pins Art. no. 691 053

. Push-fit lampholder-50- with pins

Ring seal 38 mm Art. no. 691 028

Ring seal 50 mm Art. no. „691 029

Threaded lampholder housing

twin-lamp, white, Series 200 Art. no. 691 077

Threaded rings 38/26 Art. no. 690 052

Threaded rings 38 Art. no. 690 050

Threaded rings 38/50 Art. no. 690 053

Push-fit lampholder DD T5/16mm, twin-lamp, white

DD T5 Clip, stainless steel Art. no, 692 109

DD T5 Clip made of

synthetic material POM Art. no. 692 108

Lampholder housing T5

twin-lamp complete with

Push-fit lampholder and

interior sockets Art. no. 692 110





Replacement parts

Threaded ring 16/38 for

protective tube 38 Art. no. 5691 057

Threaded ring T5/16 mm (1) Art. no. 5691 105

Threaded lampholder housing

T5/16 mm, single-lamp, white,

Apollo Series Art. no. 692 1115

Threaded lampholder housing

T5/16 mm, twin-lamp, white,

Apollo Series Art. no. 692 1105

Head cover Series 200 Art. no. 691 0245

Luna toggle clamp-exterior clip, old

Made of synthetic material Art. no. 690 217

Reflector-fixing clip Art. no. 690 210

Luna-clip, single-piece,

made of synthetic material POM Art. no. 692 212

Luna toggle clamp-exterior clip,

old, stainless steel Art. no. 690 214

Luna internal reflector-clip Art. no. 690 211

Luna-clip single-piece,

stainless steel Art. no. 692 214

Tanaro IP68 T5/16 mm and LED replacement parts

Closure with mains connection Art. no. .693 070

Pracht tube clip,

stainless steel, IP67 Art. no. .693 072

Pracht tube clip

made of synthetic material, IP67 Art. no. .693 074

Capri replacement lampholder, old version – snap-in –

Threaded rings 26 gray Art. no. 691 051

Threaded rings 26/38 gray Art. no. 691 057

Threaded rings 26/50 gray Art. no. 691 058

Threaded ring lampholder housing twin-lamp,

gray, Capri Series, old Art. no. 693 047

Threaded ring lampholder housing single-lamp,

gray, Capri Series, old Art. no. 693 045

Bernina T5/16 mm and T8/26 mm replacement parts

Push-fit lampholder straight,

complete Art. no. 6971 101

Lampholder inner part T5,

complete Art. no. 6971 105

Push-fit lampholder, round,

complete Art. no. 6971 100

Lampholder inner part T8,

complete, with starter Art. no. 6971 106

Not illustrated:

Lampholder inner part T8, complete,

without starter Art. no. 6971 107



PPR 100

Cable entry on the top Art. no. 691 151

Cable entry at the side Art. no. 691 150

Capri replacement lampholder – Two-pin snap-in –

Threaded rings 26/50 white Art. no. 690 058

Threaded rings 26/38 with bush Art. no. 695 055

Threaded rings 26 white Art. no. 691 051

Threaded rings 26/38 white Art. no. 691 057

Two-pin threaded lampholder housing twin-lamp,

gray, Capri Series, new Art. no. 690 047

Two pin threaded lampholder housing single-lamp,

gray, Capri Series, new Art. no. 690 045

Tinos IP67/IP68 T5/16 mm and T8/26 mm replacement


Connection bush Art. no. 694 041

Connection plug Art. no. 694 042

90°-screw cap,

without cable entry Art. no. 694 043

90°-screw cap,

with cable entry Art. no. 694 044

Pracht tube clip,

stainless steel Art. no. 693 039

Pracht tube clip

made of synthetic material, IP68 Art. no. 693 037

Pracht tube clip,

stainless steel, IP67 Art. no. 694 040

Pracht tube clip

made of synthetic material, IP67 Art. no. 694 039



PPR 200

Cable entry on the top Art. no. 691 151

Cable entry at the side Art. no. 691 150

Index of

application photos

Luminaire Project Page

Alaska Cold storage 96/ 97

Apollo DDH Railway station, roof designed by GMP,

architectural consultants 126 b

Apollo LS Market lighting 151 b

Bernina Airports, public transport systems 151 b/ 165

Gamma Subway, local railways 106 b/ 126 l, t/ 141 b

Hercules Narrow beam luminaire, stairway 71 t

Malta Maintenance pits 80 tl/ 107 b

Modena Subway 19 l+t

Monaco Car parks, subway 81 b/ 141 b

Odenwald Swimming pool 107 l, t

Rialto Subway (colored bells) 43

Riederwald Local railways 145 t

Rimberg Car parks 81 t

San Remo Dam, Subway 19 r+t/ 122 rt

Taunus Local railway, subway 106 r+t/ 107 r, t/ 127 t

Tinos Staircases, exhibition centers,

maintenance pits 58–59 / 70–71/ 82 tr

Venice Industry 19 b

Venice Railway repair depots 80 b/ 115 m

b = bottom; l = left; r = right; t = top





Technical details


Pracht-luminaires guarantee good economy, good technical lighting functionality,

an attractive appearance and they are especially easy to maintain.

Pracht-luminaires meet the highest quality requirements by careful quality

tests and controls. They offer the customer the highest safety standards

and -sign

Pracht-luminaires conform to the laws relating to technical equipment in

the workplace. T-Basic models bear the and -sign, suitable

for direct installation on flammable building materials according to DIN

4102. Tested according to IEC / EN 60 598, VDE 0711.

VDE-(Association of German Electrical Technicians) classification

sign on the luminaire’s label.

V = Low-loss ballast B1/B2

E = Electronic ballast

Supply voltage and operating temperature

Pracht-luminaires are designed for a mains supply of 230 V/50 Hz and

a max. ambient temperature of + 25°C.

Wiring and continuous mounting

Pracht luminaires are wired in series, using heat-resistant wiring in

conformity with the VDE (Association of German Electrical Technicians’)

guidelines. According to each product line, up to max. 5 x 2.5 mm 2 .

Compensation and radio shielding

Pracht-luminaires are delivered by us in a compensated version for

an extra charge (parallel-compensation). We reserve the right to supply

condensers separately, as we do not always have built-in models in stock.

Pracht-luminaires with parallel compensation are radio-shielded and may

be used in residential areas without any further radio shielding, in accordance

with EC guidelines. The Condensers to be used comply with VDE

0100/5.73 § 32 a 1.3 with VDE-(Association of German Electrical Technicians)

and FP-signs.

Pracht-luminaires are fitted with radio shielding devices.

Pracht-luminaires are equipped for types of use in which degree of radio

shielding K is required, by means of special interference suppression filters.

Pracht-luminaires bear the sign.

Protection classes

Pracht-luminaires are sub-divided into two protection classes. Protection

class I is indicated with ; this connection is to be used with the protective

conductor. Protection class II is fully insulated and is indicated by . For

the EVG, EVG DIM 1-10V and EVG CIM DALI a functioning earth may be

required; Protection class II still applies.

Ingress protection

Pracht-luminaires have high levels of ingress protection and are classified

using the apropriate symbols according to VDE 0711.


Particular disinfection and cleaning fluids, such as those used in e.g.

washing facilities, dairies and meat sales outlets and similar establishments,

will attack luminaires and accessory parts and lead to premature

wear and tear. Please follow the figures in our resistance table!

Synthetic materials used in the construction of luminaires

In the modern manufacture of luminaires, synthetic materials have come

to be important and proven, functional elements, which are chosen,

processed and employed in line with the latest technological findings.

Always follow the cleaning instructions!

is an internationally protected trademark

certificated according to DIN ISO 9001

Using these luminaires in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines

will ensure only the normal ageing process of the luminaires. Unauthorized

demands being made on the luminaires and harmful influences will however,

reduce their resistance to ageing.



unusually high



exposure to

UV light




e. g.

excess operational voltage

ambient temperature too high

improper installation

Mercury vapor – high pressure lamps

with high levels of UV light, sterilization


softeners (plasticizers) (e.g. from cable

insulation materials), use of inappropriate

cleaning or disinfection fluids

Any such unauthorized demands being made will reduce the luminaires’

resistance to ageing, i.e. the serial parts made of synthetic materials will

wear more quickly. The guarantee will be rendered invalid.

If you have any particular problems with these luminaires, we would be

glad to discuss them with you.

For all damage to property or injury to persons arising from the improper installation

of and modifications to the luminaires, undertaken without our involvement,

we will accept no liability. VDE (Association of German Electrical

Technicians) and ENEC sign goes out. Installation and connection should be

carried out only by suitably-qualified personnel. Caution: Electric Shock

For the planner

Our luminaires are measured, using light technology and optimized on

a modern computer-controlled cheval glass system. Complete computerized

assessments are available for all your planning needs. Please

request technical lighting data!

For calculations and the use of the list

We supply goods solely under the terms of our conditions of sale and

delivery for a net order price, exclusive of VAT. Delivery conditions ex-work.

Goods may be returned to us only with our written agreement.

In so far as prices are stated, it is understood that these are quoted in

Euros and are unbinding recommended prices, exclusive of VAT. For objects

and for special occasions you will be quoted net prices. Please ask

for our net prices. The prices are quoted per quantity of units, without

illuminant, but including starter. Our latest price list must always be

considered the only one valid.


We reserve the right to make changes in the interests of technical progress!

Measurements, weights and construction details stated are not binding.

We supply goods solely under the advertised terms of sale.

The Art. no. must always be quoted when ordering.

The effects of


Becoming brittle



Becoming brittle


of cracks

Decreased solidity



The details in our catalogue are produced with great care.

We reserve the right to make genuine errors and technical changes.

Effective date 01/2006.

Resistance table

Chemical substance Polyester Acrylic glass Polycarbonate Aluminium


Accumulator acid –

Acetic acid up to 5%

Acetic acid up to 30% –

Acetone – – –

Alcohol up to 30%



Ammoniac 25% – –



– – –

Hydrocarbons – –

Aqueous sodium hydroxide 2% – –

Aqueous sodium hydroxide 10% – – –


Benzine (bezine for washing)

Benzol – – –


Bromic acid – – – –

Carbon monoxide

Carbon tetrachloride – –

Chloroform – – –

Chlorophenol – – –

Cooking salt solution

Concentrated alcohol – –

Diesel oil, crude oil

Dioxane – – –

Ether – –

Ethylacetate (Ester) – – –





Hydrochloric acid up to 20% –

from 20% –

Hydrogen peroxide up to 40% – –

over 40% –

Hydrogen sulfide

Ketone – – –

Lime milk –


Metallic salts and their

– – –

aqueous solutions –

Methanol – – –

Methylene choride – – –

Nitric acid up to 10%

10 to 20%

from 20% – – –

Petroleum ether

Pyridin – – –

Phenol – – –



Soda –

Sulfuric acid up to 50%

up to 70%

from 70% – – –

Sulfurous acid up to 5% –

Synthetic suds

Terpentine oil

Water up to 60°

Xylol – – –

The resistance table shows an overview of

chemical resistivity to the most commonly

found chemicals contained in materials used

in the construction of luminaires. The figures

relating to chemical resistivity are based on

an ambient temperature of approx. 25° C.

= resistant

= conditionally resistant

– = not resistant

Special notes:

If moisture-proof lamps are used in areas

in which they are exposed to large amounts

of oil, fat or chlorine vapors or in which

they are directly in contact with these substances,

lampcovers made of PMMA should

be used together with V2A-locks; e.g. in

industries involved with the preparation of

foodstuffs (meat processing), kitchens and

areas with immediate access to machines

or indoor swimming pools.

Cleaning fluids and similar substances

When cleaning the covers, it is recommended

that a mild solution of an appropriate

fluid should be used. Any remaining

traces of cleaning fluids should be completely


This will not affect the anti-static protective

layer on the cover.

Cleaning fluids PMMA PC


All-purpose adhesive —



Setting lotion for hair

Nail varnish — —

Nail varnish remover — —

Perchlor ethlylene — —




Sidolin —

Silicone oil


Tri (trichlorethylene) — —

The limited use of chemical cleaning agents

is permitted, please ask for details.






Details of lights

Luminaires must bear a classification plate, affixed pemanently to the

main body of the luminaire and on which the text is clearly legible. This

classification plate must contain the manufacurer’s name and details of

the luminaire’s essential features.

The following inscriptions are generally required:

– Originator’s mark (manufacturer)

with contact details

– Type or Art. number

– Nominal voltage and type of current

– Nominal output

– Protection class

– Ingress protection

– Markings to aid installation

Required condenser values for compensation.

Parallel condenser C P


Lamp output Capacity Nominal voltage

[W] F V

1 x 18 4.5±10% 230 – 250

2 x 18 4.5±10% 230 – 250

1 x 30 4.5±10% 230 – 250

1 x 36 4.5±10% 230 – 250

2 x 36 9.0±10% 230 – 250

1 x 58 7.0±10% 230 – 250

2 x 58 13.5±10% 230 – 250

For the nominal output the number and nominal output of the lamps

in question will generally be indicated.

The power factor cos – only for lamps with ballasts states if and

how the lamp has reactive power compensation. Ballast devices are

necessary for the operation of discharge lamps, generally magnetic

ballast devices will be used in series with the lamp. Such a circuit will

produce, in addition to the effective power (Wattage), reactive power

(VAr), which represents a load on the power supply. This reactive power

is eliminated by compensation.

Compensation therefore relieves the drain on the lighting’s power supply

network and is achieved by the switching on of suitable condensers.

The illustrations 1...3 show the usual circuits for FL-D-fluorescent lamps

VVG= Low-loss ballast

C P = Parallel condenser

EVG = Electronic ballast

Single inductive circuit Inductive tandem or series connection Single parallel compensated circuit

Ingress protections

Ingress protection

of luminaires

IEC 529 = Ingress protection for

electrical appliances

IEC 598 = VDE 0711 Luminaires

IP XY (Ingress Protection)

Protection X Y

against Foreign bodies and contact Dampness

0 not protected 0 not protected

1 Foreign bodies > 50 mm 1 Vertical drops of water

2 Foreign bodies > 12 mm 2 Oblique drops of water

3 Foreign bodies > 2.5 mm 3 Water spray

4 Foreign bodies > 1 mm 4 Water squirt

5 Dust-proof 5 Water spray

6 Dust-proof 6 Flooding

7 7 Dipped in water

8 8 Submerged in water

Important installation and operating instructions

1. See also page 188!

1.1 When installing in critical areas, always use the appropriate installation guidelines.

2. Environmental conditions

2.1 When using moisture-proof luminaires in areas which will place extreme demands on the luminaires, e. g. cleaning fluids, disinfectant solutions,

oils, fats, vapours of chemical origin etc, we would ask you to follow the information contained in the resistance table on page 189,

or to discuss the matter with our technical staff in order to find the solution to your technical problems

3. Through-wiring in continuous mounting

3.1 When carrying out through-wiring for continuous mounting layouts, please do not ever use NYM, as the plasticizers (softeners) which are

given off can cause damage to the parts made of synthetic materials.

3.2 Pracht-luminaires are – according to the type and model – fitted with heat-resistant through-wiring (up to max. 4 x 2.5 mm 2 Protection class II

or max. 5 x 2.5 mm 2 Protection class I) as approved by the VDE (Association of German Electrical Technicians).

For the CAPRI and LUNA Series there are separate through-wiring sets available.

Permissible circuit security: Power line cross section 1.5 mm 2 = 10 Amp.

Power line cross section 2.5 mm 2 = 16 Amp.

During installation all the relevant regulations must be observed.

4. Use of electronical ballast

4.1 Cold start appliances – max. 3 circuits per day,

– Suitable for emergency lighting (VDE 0108)

4.2 Warm start appliances – frequent circuits e.g. movement detectors

– reduces wear on lamp (pre-heating of electrodes for up to 2 secs.)

– Limited suitability for emergency lighting (VDE 0108)

4.3 Adaptation to circuit – Power-supply protection machines

– FI-switch

– 3-phase operation please read the relevant instructions

4.4 Ambient temperature – -25° C to +25° C

in higher ambient temperatures the life of the electronic ballast's is reduced

4.5 Damp rooms – where there is extremely high atmospheric moisture, e.g. near dams, mine shafts etc.,

we would ask you to discuss installation with our technical staff who will be pleased to help.

The details in our catalogue are produced with great care.

We reserve the right to make genuine errors and technical changes. Effective date 04/2006.





Nominal lighting power

for interior rooms

Extract from DIN EN 12464-1:2002 (D)

Traffic zones

Traffic areas and hallways 100 28 40

Staircases, escalators and automatic walkways 150 25 40

Loading ramps, loading areas 150 25 40

Rest rooms, cleaning rooms and first-aid rooms

Cantines, kitchens 200 22 80

Rest rooms 100 22 80

Rooms used for physical recreation exercises 300 22 80

Wardrobes, washrooms, baths and toilets 200 25 80

Cleaners' rooms 500 19 80

Control rooms

Rooms for household technical equipment 200 25 60

Telex and post rooms, Telephone switchboard rooms 500 19 80

Storage and cool rooms

Supplies and store rooms 100 25 60

Despatch and packing areas 300 25 60

(High) shelf storage areas

Highways without pedestrian access 20 40

Highways with pedestrian access 150 22 60

Control center 150 22 60


The operation of handling or haulage devices and machines 200 25 80

Cattle stalls 50 40

Stalls for sick animals, calving stalls 200 25 80

Feeding preparation, milking rooms and cleaning equipment 200 25 80


Preparation and baking rooms 300 22 80

Final preparation, glazing and decoration 500 22 80

Cement, cement wares, concrete, tiles

Drying 50 28 20

Working with ovens and mixers 200 28 40

General machine work 300 25 80

Ceramics, floor tiles, glass, glass wares

Drying 50 28 20

Material preparation, general machine work 300 25 80

Enamelling, rolling, pressing, glazing, glass-blowing 300 25 80

Grinding, engraving, glass polishing, Manufacture

of small parts, manufacture of glass instruments 750 19 80

Grinding of optical glasses, crystal glass, hand grinding

and engraving, work on medium-sized parts 750 16 80

fine work, e.g. grinding work, hand painting 1000 16 90

Manufacture/processing of synthetic gems 1500 16 90

Chemical industry, synthetic material and rubber industry

Technical procedural installations with remote control 50 20

Technical procedural installations with occasional

manual interventions 150 28 40

Perm. occupied workplaces in technical procedural installations 300 25 80

Precision measuring room, laboratories 500 19 80

Manufacturing of medicines 500 22 80

Tire production 500 22 80

Color-testing 1000 16 90

Styling, follow-up work, control tasks 750 19 80


Cable and wiring manufacture 300 25 80


• large spools 300 25 80

• medium-sized spools 500 22 80

• fine spools 750 19 80

Impregnating spools 300 25 80

Galvanisation 300 25 80

Installation work

• coarse, e.g. large transformers 300 25 80

• medium-fine, e.g. switchboards 500 22 80

• fine, e.g. telephones 750 19 80

• very fine, e.g. measuring instruments 1000 16 18

Electronics factories, testing 1500 16 80

Planning criteria for your lighting systems may be consulted

in DIN EN 12464-1:2002 (D).

Type of room, purpose or activity E m UGR L R a Type of room, purpose or activity E m UGR L R a

Food and semi-luxury goods industries

Workplaces and zones in 200 25 80

• Breweries, on malting floors

• for washing, filling in containers, sieves and bowls

• for cooking in conserves and chocolate factories,

• Workplaces and zones in sugar factories

• for drying and fermenting of raw tobacco, fermentation cellars

Sorting and washing of products, mixing, packing 300 25 80

Work areas and critical areas in slaughteryards,

dairies, mills and filter bases in sugar refineries 500 25 80

Cutting and sorting of fruit and vegetables 300 25 80

Manufacture of gourmet foods,

kitchen work, manufacture of cigars and cigarettes 500 22 80

Inspection of glasses and bottles, product control,

Garnishing, sorting, decorating 500 22 80

Laboratories 500 19 80

Color testing 1000 16 90

Metal casting and founding

Accessible underground tunnels, cellars etc 50 – 20

Stages 100 25 40

Sand preparation 200 25 80

Fettling 200 25 80

Workplaces with cupola furnaces and mixers 200 25 80

Foundries 200 25 80

Emptying and drainng sites 200 25 80

Machine molding 200 25 80

Hand and core casting 300 25 80

Diecasting 300 25 80

Model making 500 22 80

Jewellery manufacture

Working with precious stones 1500 16 90

Jewellery manufacture 1000 16 90

Watchmaking (by hand) 1500 16 80

Watch making (automatic) 500 19 80

Laundries and chemical cleaning

Receipt of goods, labelling and sorting 300 25 80

Washing and chemical cleaning 300 25 80

Ironing and pressing 300 25 80

Control and improvements 750 19 80

Leather and leather goods

Work with tubs, vats, in mines 200 25 40

Shaving, spliting, whetting, fulling of skins 300 25 80

Saddler’s work, shoe manufacture: Quiliting, sewing,

polishing, pressing, cutting, punching 500 22 80

Sorting 500 22 90

Coloring leather (by machine) 500 22 80

Quality control 1000 19 80

Color-testing 1000 16 90

Shoe making 500 22 80

Manufacture of shoes by hand 500 22 80

Metal manufacture and processing

Free form casting 200 25 60

Die casting 300 25 60

Welding 300 25 60

Rough and medium machining jobs: Tolerances ≥ 0.1 mm 300 22 60

Fine machine work, sharpening: Tolerances < 0.1 mm 500 19 60

Marking out, checking 750 19 60

Wire and tube drawing, cold forming 300 25 60

Processing of heavy tins: Thickness ≥ 5 mm 200 25 60

Processing of light tins: Thickness < 5 mm 300 22 60

Manufacture of tools and cutting equipment 750 19 60

Installation work

• coarse 200 25 80

• medium-fine 300 25 80

• fine 500 22 80

• very fine 750 19 80

Galvanizing 300 25 80

Surface preparation and lacquering 750 25 80

Mould makers, manufacturers of gauges and devices,

precision and micro-mechanics 1000 19 80

Type of room, purpose or activity E m UGR L R a Type of room, purpose or activity E m UGR L R a

Paper and paper wares

Work on Hollander machines in paper mills, edge

grinding mills and wood grinding 200 25 80

Paper manufacture and processing, paper and corrugated

cardboard machines, packaging materials manufacture 300 25 80

General bookbinding work, e.g. folding, sorting,

glueing, cutting, stamping, sewing 500 22 80

Power stations

Power supply plants 50 20

Boiler rooms 100 28 40

Machine halls 200 25 80

Ancillary rooms, e.g pump rooms, condenser rooms

etc.: switchboards (in buildings) 200 25 60

Switch rooms 500 16 80

Exterior switching panels 20 20

Printing works

Cutting, stamping, etching of printing blocks, work on stones

and sheets, printing machines and matrix manufacture 500 19 80

Paper sorting and hand printing 500 19 80

Type setting, retouching, lithography 1000 19 80

Color control in multi-color printing 1500 16 90

Steel and copperplate engraving 2000 16 80

Metal rolling, smelting, iron and steel works

Production sites without manual intervention 50 20

Production sites with occasional manual intervention 150 28 40

Production sites with constant manual intervention 200 25 80

Steel slab storage depots 50 20

Blast furnaces 200 25 20

Mill train, coiler, shearing /neutral sections of contact line 300 25 40

Control platforms, control decks 300 22 80

Testing, measuring and inspection points 500 22 80

Accessible underground tunnels, strip rolling mills, cellars etc 50 20

Textile manufacture and processing

Workplaces and zones in baths, opening up bales 200 25 60

Carding, washing, ironing, working with the shredder,

Stretching, combing, smoothing, card reading,

spinning, jute and hemp spinning 300 22 80

Spinning, twining, spooling, winding 500 22 80

Warping, weaving, braiding, knitting 500 22 80

Sewing, fine needlework, taking up stitches 750 22 80

Designs, templates 750 22 90

Preparation, dyeing 500 22 80

Drying out rooms 100 28 60

Automatic printing of material 500 25 80

Burling, linking, polishing 1000 19 80

Color control, fabric control 1000 16 90

Invisible mending 1500 19 90

Hat manufacture 500 22 80

Automobile manufacture

Bodywork building and assembly 500 22 80

Laquering, spraying chambers, polishing chambers 750 22 80

Laquering: Improvements, inspection 1000 19 90

Upholstery 1000 19 80

Final checking 1000 19 80

Wood manufacture and processing

Autom. Processing, e.g. drying, laminated wood manufacture 50 28 40

Steam pits 150 28 40

Saw mills 300 25 60

Work at the carpenter’s bench, glueing, assembly 300 25 80

Smoothing, lacquering, model making 750 22 80

Work on wood preparation machines, e.g. lathe turning,

grooving, planing, jointing, sawing and shaping 500 19 80

Selection of veneer woods 750 22 90

Marquetry, wood inlay work 750 22 90

Quality control 1000 19 90


Casting off, copying, traffic zones etc. 300 19 80

Writing, typing, reading, data processing 500 19 80

Technical drawing 750 16 80

CAD workplaces 500 19 80

Conference and meeting rooms 500 19 80

Reception counter 300 22 80

Archive 200 25 80

Sales rooms

Till area 500 19 80

Packing table 500 19 80

Open spaces

Entrance halls 100 22 80

Waiting rooms 200 22 80

Tills/counters 300 22 80

Restaurants und Hotels

Kitchens 500 22 80

Corridors 100 25 80

Trade fairs and exhibition halls

General lighting 300 22 80

Multi-storey carparks (quality level bottom)

Entrance and departure driveways (during the day) 300 25 20

Entrance and departure driveways (during the night) 75 25 20

Highways 75 25 20

Parking and unloading areas 75 20

Counter 300 19 80


Arrival and departure lounges, baggage reclaim 200 22 80

Access areas, escalators and automatic walkways 150 22 80

Information desk, check-in desk 500 19 80

Customs and passport control desk 500 19 80

Waiting areas 200 22 80

Left-luggage rooms 200 25 80

Security checking areas 300 19 80

Air traffic control tower 500 16 80

Aircraft hangars for tests and repairs 500 22 80

Engine testing areas 500 22 80

Measuring ranges in aircraft hangars 500 22 80

Railway installations

Railway platforms and pedestrian underpasses 50 28 40

Counters and railway station buildings 200 28 40

counters and offices for tickets and luggage 300 19 80

Waiting rooms 200 22 80


All the necessary details required for the planning of lighting installations, relating to

continuity, light colors, color reproduction or blending and details required for measurements,

on the distribution of measuring points in the room and on the demands made

on lighting in general may be found by consulting DIN EN 12464-1:2002 (D).





Conditions of Sale

with Notes on

Technical Matters

Status: April 2006

A. Provided no written individual arrangements have been made divergent from

the following, the ‘General Conditions for the Supply of Products and the

Rendering of Services in the German Electrical Industry’ are to be applicable

hereto – ‘Allgemeine Lieferbedingungen fuer Erzeugnisse und Leistungen

der Elektroindustrie zur Verwendung im Geschäftsverkehr gegenüber

Unternehmen „herausgegeben vom Zentral-Verband der elektrotechnischen

Industrie e. V. – (letzte Ausgabe, Stand: They are issued by the Central Federation

of the German Electrical Industry Reg. in its most recent Version of June 2005.

Also applicable hereto is the Supplementary Clause – Ergänzungsklausel

Erweiterter Eigentumsvorbehalt (letzte Ausgabe, Stand: November 2005) – on

extended reservations of industrial property rights (‘IPR’s, in its most recent

Version of November 2005.)

B. As a supplementation to, and in partial divergence from the ‘General Conditions

for the Supply of Products and the Rendering of Services in the German Electrical

Industry for use in business between contractual enterprises – ‘Allgemeine

Lieferbedingungen für Erzeugnisse und Leistungen der Elektroindustrie zur

Verwendung im Geschäftsverkehr gegenüber Unternehmen’, the following is

hereby declared and agreed:

I. Tenders, Offerings and Acceptances

The tenders and offerings of Pracht are on the basis of ’subject to being unsold’ and

thus create no legal liability to accept orders.

We reserve the right to make alterations to our products in the interests of making technical

improvements. We also reserve the right to change the specified construction details,

measurements and weights of our products.

The contents of this contract become valid only after we have accepted in writing the

terms of the contract. If no such written confirmation is issued then the order papers

shall be deemed to be authoritative. If no such written confirmation is issued then the

order papers shall be deemed to be authoritative.

All verbal arrangements, in particular any side agreements and promises made by

representatives must be confirmed in writing in order to be valid.

II. Prices and Payment Terms

1. The prices charged by Pracht are ‘ex-works’ or ‘ex-warehouse’ of the Supplier,

excluding packing, consignment charges, freight and insurance premiums, plus any

applicable current rates of statutory value added tax. The prices, as agreed in the

written acceptance of the contract, are binding for the period of four months from the

date of the acceptance of the contract. Should the Purchaser fail to accept Supplies

or services offered by the date indicated in the order confirmation, then those prices

valid on the day of consignment will be charged.

2. All invoices are due for payment and to be settled 30 days after consignment without

any deductions whatsoever. In cases of refusal to accept Supplies, invoices are

due for payment and to be settled upon issue of the invoice, without any deductions

whatsoever. Pracht will allow 2% discount when payment is made within 10

days of date of invoice. In cases of late payment, Pracht is entitled hereunder to

Pracht only Supplies and delivers on the following conditions of sale:

charge interest on arrears as from the date due for settlement and to claim financial

damages as foreseen under Art. 288 of the German Federal ‘BGB – Bundes-Gesetz-

Buch’ (the German Federal Civil Law Code). Only those persons with the written authorization

of Pracht to undertake collections are permitted to accept cash in settlement

on its behalf. In cases of difficulty on the part of the Purchaser in making payment,

in particular also in case of arrears, protested checks or bills of exchange,

Pracht is entitled hereunder only to make further Supplies against cash in advance,

to make unpaid invoice amounts immediately due for payment – even those deferred

– and to demand cash or sureties and the return on the part of Pracht of all bills of

exchange previously accepted in payment. The Purchaser hereby waives the assertion

of any rights of retention in previous or other contracts under the current business

relationship. The Purchaser may set off only those claims that are undisputed

or against which no legal recourse is possible.

3. Should, after the issuing of an order confirmation, the Supplier receive information,

which would render the granting of credit in the amount of the order not entirely innocuous,

then Pracht will be entitled hereunder to require advance payment or demand

sureties, or cash when other payments have been agreed for cash.

III. Delivery Dates

Delivery- and other due dates will hereby involve a tolerance of at least 4 weeks unless

a short sale has been expressly agreed.

As regards delays after delivery dates, four weeks are to be considered as appropriate

hereunder in the sense of Art. 323 of the ‘BGB – Bundes-Gesetz-Buch’ (German Federal

Civil Law Code).

IV. Warranties

Complaints on defects are to be sent to arrive at Pracht within 5 working days of receipt

of consignment and, in any event before any elaboration or inclusion in other equipment

has commenced.

V. Sundries

1. Consignment will as far as possible be made on the best possible economic basis,

without Pracht incurring any liability in this respect, unless the Purchaser has given

specific consignment instructions.

2. The return of cartons and packing materials to Pracht is not permitted hereunder.

3. All samples will be invoiced at cost-price and cannot be accepted in return.

4. When the Purchaser expresses a desire to cancel an already concluded contract in

whole or in part, Pracht will be entitled hereunder to charge 20 % of the net invoice

value as withdrawal consideration.

Pracht is entitled hereunder to refuse acceptance of any returned Supplies. Reimbursement

for Supplies accepted in return will attract a 20% deduction from the net invoiced

value and consignment- and packing charges will be solely for the account of the Purchaser.

VI. Place of Performance

The place of performance for consignments from Pracht is Dautphetal 2, Germany.

General terms and

conditions of supply

for products and services of the electrical industry

(“Green Terms and Conditions of Delivery”, in

German GL) to be used in commercial transactions

with other companies

Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie e.V.

– the non-binding conditions, as recommended by the German ZVEI,

the Central Association of the Electronics Industry.

– Status: June 2005 –

I. General Conditions.

1. These present ‘GS – Green Supply Conditions’ are the sole basis of sale and supply

applicable to the legal relationship between the Supplier and the Purchaser in connection

with Supplies and services (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Supplies’). General

terms and conditions of the Purchaser shall apply only if and when expressly

accepted by the Supplier in writing. The mutual written agreed declarations of the

contractual parties hereto are to be definitive for the overall extent of the Supplies.

2. The Supplier retains all unlimited property and intellectual property exploitation rights

in relation to price quotations, drawings and other documents (henceforward,

“Documents”) contained in this Contract. These Documents shall be made available

to a Third Party only with the prior consent of the Supplier and must be returned to

the Supplier immediately if the Contract is not accepted. Sentences 1 and 2 shall

apply mutatis mutandis to documents of the Purchaser; these may, however, be made

accessible to third parties to whom the Supplier may rightfully transfer Supplies.

3. The Purchaser shall have the non-exclusive right to use standard software and hardware,

provided that it remains unchanged, is used within the agreed performance

parameters, and on the agreed equipment. The Purchaser may make one back-up

copy of the standard software without express agreement.

4. Partial Supplies shall be allowed, unless they are unreasonable for the Purchaser.

5. The term ‘indemnity claims for damages’ (‘Schadensersatzansprueche’) of these present

‘GS – Green Supply Conditions’ are also to include reinstatement claims for unavailing

outlay and abortive expenditure.

II. Prices and Terms of Payment and Setoffs

1. Prices shall be ex works and exclude packaging; value added tax shall be added at

the then applicable rate.

2. If the Supplier is also responsible for assembly or erection and unless otherwise

agreed, the Purchaser shall pay the agreed remuneration and any incidental costs

required, e. g. travel expenses, charges for the transport as well as allowances.

3. Payments shall be made free Supplier’s paying office.

4. The Purchaser may set off only those claims that are undisputed or against which no

legal recourse is possible.

III. Retention of Title

1. Items pertaining to the Supplies (‘Retained Goods’) shall remain the property of the

Supplier until each and every claim which the Supplier has against the Purchaser on

account of the business connection has been fulfilled. If the combined value of the

security interests of the Supplier exceeds the value of all secured claims by more

than 10 %, the Supplier shall release a corresponding part of the security interest if

so requested by the Purchaser. The Supplier can select which of the various security

interests can be released.

2. For the duration of the retention of title, the Purchaser may not pledge the retained

goods or use them as security, and resale shall be possible only for resellers in the

ordinary course of their business and only on condition that the reseller receives payment

from its customer or makes the transfer of property to the customer dependent

upon the customer fulfilling its obligation to effect payment.

3. The Purchaser shall inform the Supplier forthwith of any seizure or other act of intervention

by third parties.

4. Where the Purchaser fails to fulfill its duties, including failure to make payments due, the

Supplier shall be entitled to repossess the retained goods and withdraw from the contract

after the unsuccessful expiry of an appropriate period of time set for compliance;

the statutory provisions that a time limit is not needed remain unaffected. The Purchaser

shall be obliged to surrender the Retained Goods. Any repossession of the retained

goods by the Supplier and/or the assertion of the retention of title respectively, or the

pledging by the Supplier of the retained goods, represent no withdrawal from contract

unless the Supplier expressly declares withdrawal.

IV. Time for Supplies; Delay

1. Times set for Supplies can only be observed if all Documents to be supplied by the

Purchaser, necessary permits and releases, especially concerning plans, are received

in time and if agreed terms of payment and other obligations of the Purchaser are fulfilled.

Unless these conditions are fulfilled in time, times set shall be extended appropriately;

this shall not apply where the Supplier is responsible for the delay.

2. If non-observance of the times set is due to force majeure such as mobilization, war,

rebellion or similar events, e. g. strike or lockout, such time shall be extended accordingly.

The same is applicable in case of the failure of the Supplier to be appropriately

supplied by its own Suppliers in due time.

3. If the Supplier is responsible for the delay (hereinafter referred to as ’delay’) and the

Purchaser demonstrably suffered a loss therefrom, the Purchaser may claim a compensation

as liquidated damages of 0.5 % for every completed week of delay, but in

no case more than a total of 5 % of the price of that part of the Supplies which because

of the delay could not be put to the intended use.

4. Purchaser’s claims for damages due to delayed Supplies as well as claims for damages

in lieu of performance exceeding the limits specified in No. 3 above shall be excluded

in all cases of delayed Supplies even upon expiry of a time set to the Supplier to consign

the Supplies. This shall not apply in cases of mandatory liability based on intent,

gross negligence, or due to injury of life, body or health. Cancellation of the contract by

the Purchaser based on statute shall be limited to cases where the Supplier is responsible

for the delay. The above provisions do not imply a change in the burden of proof

to the detriment of the Purchaser.

5. At the Supplier’s request the Purchaser shall declare within a reasonable period of

time whether the Purchaser cancels the contract due to the delayed Supplies or insists

on the Supplies to be carried out.

6. If dispatch or shipment is delayed at the Purchaser’s request by more than one month

after notice of the readiness for dispatch was given, the Purchaser may be charged, for

every month commenced, storage costs of 0.5 % of the price of the Art.s of the Sup-

© 2005 ZVEI – Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie e. V.,

Stresemannallee 19, D-60596 Frankfurt am Main. All rights reserved.

plies, but in no case more than a total of 5 %. The parties to the contract may prove

that higher or, as the case may be, lower storage costs have been incurred.

V. Transfer of Risk

1. Even where delivery has been agreed freight free, the risk shall pass to the Purchaser

as follows:

a) if the Supplies do not include assembly or erection, at the time when the Supplies

are shipped or picked up by the carrier. Upon request of the Purchaser, the Supplier

shall insure the Supplies against the usual risks of transport at the expense of

the Purchaser;

b) if the Supplies include assembly or erection, at the day of taking over in the own

works or, if so agreed, after a fault-free trial run.

2. The risk shall pass to the Purchaser if dispatch, shipping, the start or performance of

assembly or erection, the taking over in the own works or the trial run is delayed for

reasons for which the Purchaser is responsible or if the Purchaser has otherwise failed

to accept the Supplies.

VI. Assembly and Erection

Unless otherwise agreed in writing, assembly/erection shall be subject to the following


1. The Purchaser shall provide at its own expense and in good time:

a) all earth and construction work and other ancillary work outside the scope of the

Supplier, including the necessary skilled and unskilled labor, construction materials

and tools,

b) the equipment and materials necessary for assembly and commissioning such as

scaffolds, lifting equipment and other devices as well as fuels and lubricants,

c) energy and water at the point of use including connections, heating and lighting,

d) suitable dry and lockable rooms of sufficient size adjacent to the site for the storage

of machine parts, apparatus, materials, tools, etc. and adequate working and recreation

rooms for the erection personnel, including sanitary facilities as are appropriate

in the specific circumstances. Furthermore, the Purchaser shall take all measures

it would take for the protection of its own possessions to protect the possessions

of the Supplier and of the erection personnel at the site,

e) protective clothing and protective devices needed due to particular conditions prevailing

on the specific site.

2. Before the erection work starts, the Purchaser shall make available of its own accord

any information required concerning the location of concealed electric power, gas and

water lines or of similar installations as well as the necessary structural data.

3. Prior to assembly or erection, the materials and equipment necessary for the work

to start must be available on the site of assembly/erection and any preparatory work

must have advanced to such a degree that assembly/erection can be started as agreed

and carried out without interruption. Access roads and the assembly/erection site itself

must be level and clear.

4. If assembly, erection or commissioning is delayed due to circumstances for which

the Supplier is not responsible, the Purchaser shall bear the reasonable costs incurred

for idle times and any additional travelling of the Supplier or the erection personnel.

5. The Purchaser shall attest to the hours worked by the erection personnel towards the

Supplier at weekly intervals and the Purchaser shall immediately confirm in writing if

assembly, erection or commissioning has been completed.

6. If, after completion, the Supplier demands acceptance of the Supplies, the Purchaser

shall comply therewith within a period of two weeks. In default thereof, acceptance

is deemed to have taken place. Acceptance is also deemed to have been effected if

the Supplies are put to use, after completion of an agreed test phase, if any.

VII. Receiving of Supplies

The Purchaser shall not refuse to receive Supplies due to minor defects.

VIII. Defects as to Quality

The Supplier shall be liable for defects as to quality (’Sachmaengel’, hereinafter referred

to as ’defects’,) as follows:

1. All parts or services where a defect becomes apparent within the limitation period

shall, at the discretion of the Supplier, be repaired, replaced or provided again free of

charge, provided that the reason for the defect had already existed at the time when

the risk passed.

2. Claims for repeated performance expire 12 months after the commencement of the

time period of statutory barring; and the same applies to withdrawal and impairment.

This time period does not apply when the statute law, i.e. Art. 438, Para. 1, Section

2 (‘Bauwerke und Sachen fuer Bauwerke’ – Building Constructions and Materials- and

Accessories for Building Constructions), Art. 479, Para. 1 (‘Rueckgriffsanspruch’ –

Recourse Claim) and Art. 634a, Para. Section 2 (’Baumaengel’ – Building Construction

Defects) of the ‘BGB - Bundes-Gesetz-Buch’ (German Civil Law Code) requires

longer time periods in cases of premeditation, fraudulent concealment of defects as

well as failure to comply with a warranty of guaranteeing specific characteristics. The

legal provisions regarding suspension of expiration (“Ablaufhemmung”), suspension

(“Hemmung”) and recommencement of limitation periods remain unaffected.

3. Defect complaints on the part of the Purchaser are to be notified with immediate effect

in writing.

4. In the case of notification of a defect, the Purchaser may withhold payments to a reasonable

extent taking into account the Defect occurred. The Purchaser, however, may

withhold payments only if the subject-matter of the notification of the defect occurred

is justified beyond doubt. The Purchaser has no right of retention hereunder when defect

claims become statute barred. Unjustified notifications of defect shall entitle the

Supplier to have its expenses reimbursed by the Purchaser.

5. The Supplier shall be given the opportunity to supplement its performance (“Nacherfuellung”)

within a reasonable period of time.

6. If supplementary performance is unsuccessful, the Purchaser shall be entitled to cancel

the contract or reduce the remuneration, irrespective of any claims for damages it

may have according to Art. 10.





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7. There shall be no claims based on defect in cases of insignificant deviations from the

agreed quality, of only minor impairment of usefulness, of natural wear and tear or

damage arising after the transfer of risk from faulty or negligent handling, excessive

strain, unsuitable equipment, defective workmanship, inappropriate foundation soil or

from particular external influences not assumed under the contract, or from non-reproducible

software errors. Claims based on defects attributable to improper modifications

or repair work carried out by the Purchaser or third parties and the consequences

thereof shall be likewise excluded.

8. The Purchaser shall have no claim with respect to expenses incurred in the course of

supplementary performance, including costs of travel and transport, labor, and material,

to the extent that expenses are increased because the subject-matter of the Supplies

was subsequently brought to another location than the Purchaser’s branch office,

unless doing so complies with the intended use of the Supplies.

9. The Purchaser’s right of recourse against the Supplier pursuant to Sec. 478 BGB is limited

to cases where the Purchaser has not concluded an agreement with its Customers

exceeding the scope of the statutory provisions governing claims based on defects.

Moreover, No. 8 above shall apply mutatis mutandis to the scope of the right of recourse

the Purchaser has against the Supplier pursuant to Sec. 478, Para. 2 BGB

10. Damage claims of the Purchaser for defects are excluded hereunder except as a result

of any fraudulent concealment, non-compliance with warranties guaranteeing certain

characteristics, death of- or bodily injury to- or health- or freedom encroachments upon

persons or any premeditated- or grossly negligent infringement of contractual duties on

the part of the Supplier. The foregoing stipulations do not represent a shift in the onus

of proof to the disadvantage of the Purchaser. Any other, or more progressive claims of

the Purchaser than those regulated under this present Art. VIII for defects, are excluded


IX. Industrial property rights and copyright; Defects in Title

1. Unless otherwise agreed, the Supplier shall provide the Supplies free from third parties’

industrial property rights and copyrights (hereinafter referred to as the ‘IPRs’) with respect

to the country of the place of destination. If a third party asserts a justified claim

against the Purchaser based on an infringement of an IPR with respect to the Supplies

made by the Supplier and then used in conformity with the contract, the Supplier shall be

liable to the Purchaser within the time period stipulated in Art. VIII No. 2 as follows:

a) The Supplier shall choose whether to acquire, at its own expense, the right to use

the IPR with respect to the Supplies concerned or whether to modify the Supplies

such that they no longer infringe the IPR, or replace them. If this would be unreasonable

to demand from the Supplier, the Purchaser may cancel the contract or

reduce the remuneration pursuant to the applicable statutory provisions.

b) The Supplier’s liability to pay damages shall be governed by Art. XI.

c) The above obligations of the Supplier shall only apply if the Purchaser (i) immediately

notifies the Supplier of any such claim asserted by the third party in writing, (ii) does

not concede the existence of an infringement and (iii) leaves any protective measures

and settlement negotiations to the discretion of the Supplier. If the Purchaser stops

using the Supplies in order to reduce the damage or for other good reason, it shall be

obliged to point out to the third party that no acknowledgement of the alleged infringement

may be inferred from the fact that the use has been discontinued.

2. Claims of the Purchaser shall be excluded if it is itself responsible for the infringement

of an IPR.

3. Claims of the Purchaser shall also be excluded if the infringement of the IPR is caused

by specifications made by the Purchaser, to a type of use not foreseeable by the

Supplier or to the Supplies being modified by the Purchaser or being used together

with products not provided by the Supplier.

4. In addition, with respect to claims by the Purchaser pursuant to No. 1 a) above, Art. VIII

Nos. 4, 5, and 9 shall apply mutatis mutandis in the event of an infringement of an IPR.

5. Where other defects in title occur, Art. VIII shall apply mutatis mutandis.

6. Any other claims of the Purchaser against the Supplier or its agents or any such claims

exceeding the claims provided for in this Art. IX, based on a defect in title, shall be


X. Impossibility of Performance; Adaptation of Contract

1. To the extent that Supplies are impossible to be carried out, the Purchaser shall be

entitled to claim damages, unless the Supplier is not responsible for the impossibility.

The Purchaser’s claim for damages shall, however, be limited to an amount of

10 % of the value of the part of the Supplies which, owing to the impossibility, cannot

be put to the intended use. This limitation shall not apply in the case of mandatory

liability based on intent, gross negligence or injury of life, body or health; this

does not imply a change in the burden of proof to the detriment of the Purchaser. The

right of the Purchaser to cancel the contract shall remain unaffected.

2. Where unforeseeable events within the meaning of Art. IV No. 2 substantially change

the economic importance or the contents of the Supplies or considerably affect the Supplier’s

business, the contract shall be adapted taking into account the principles of reasonableness

and good faith. Where doing so is economically unreasonable, the Supplier

shall have the right to cancel the contract. If the Supplier intends to exercise its

right to cancel the contract, it shall notify the Purchaser thereof without undue delay

after having realized the repercussions of the event; this shall also apply even where

an extension of the delivery period had previously been agreed with the Purchaser.

XI. Other claims for damages; Statute Barring

1. Any indemnity damage claims of the Purchaser, on whatsoever legal grounds, in particular

for infringement of contractual duties arising out of the contractual obligation

relationship and as a result of improper actions, are hereby excluded.

2. The above shall not apply in the case of mandatory liability, e. g. under the German

Product Liability Act (“Produkthaftungsgesetz”), in the case of intent, gross negligence,

injury of life, body or health, or breach of a condition which goes to the root of the contract

(“wesentliche Vertragspflichten”). However, Claims for Damages arising from a

breach of a condition which goes to the root of the contract shall be limited to the foreseeable

damage which is intrinsic to the contract, unless caused by intent or gross

negligence or based on liability for injury of life, body or health. The foregoing stipulations

do not represent a shift in the onus of proof to the disadvantage of the Purchaser.

3. Should the Purchaser be entitled to assert indemnity damage claims, then such will

become statute barred upon the expiry of the periods of time stipulated in Art. VIII,

Paragraph 2. The same is to apply to claims of the Purchaser in connection with measures

for warding off probable damage claims (e.g. by means of return-call campaigns).

The time periods of statute barring stipulated under the statute law are to

apply to indemnity damage claims under the German ‘Produkt-Haftungs-Gesetz’ (Product

Liability Legislation).

XII. Venue and Applicable Law

1. If the Purchaser is a business person, sole venue for all disputes arising directly or indirectly

out of the contract shall be the Supplier’s place of business. However, the Supplier

may also bring an action at the Purchaser’s place of business.

2. Legal relations existing in connection with this contract shall be governed by German

substantive law, to the exclusion of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for

the International Sale of Goods (CISG).

XIII. Severability Clause

The legal invalidity of one or more provisions of this contract shall in no way affect the

validity of the remaining provisions. This shall not apply if it would be unreasonable for

one of the parties to continue the contract.

‘Supplementary Clause’ to III. Reservation of Industrial Property Rights (‘IPR’s)

(Status: November 2005)

The following simplified and extended version of the reservation of IPRs is hereby declared

and agreed:

1. The subject matter of the Supplies (hereinafter referred to as the ‘retained goods’) remains

the property of the Supplier up to full settlement of all the claim entitlements

of the Supplier against the Purchaser arising out of the business relationship. If the

combined value of the security interests of the Supplier exceeds the value of all secured

claims by more than 10 %, the Supplier shall release a corresponding part of

the security interest if so requested by the Purchaser. The Supplier has entitlement

hereunder to select the surety rights to be released.

2. During the existence of a reservation of IPRs, the Purchaser is prohibited hereunder

from effecting any pledge or security chattel mortgage on the Supplies but is however

permitted hereunder to onward sell but only in the normal course of normal business

with the trade and only under the condition, that the trade receives full payment

from its customers, or when the Purchaser issues a reservation notice, that the IPRs

are only transferred when ultimate customers have fulfilled their payment liabilities.

3. When the Purchaser onward sells retained goods, then the Purchaser now hereby cedes

its future financial claims on its own customers from the onward sale, to the Supplier

as security with all associated rights – including any balance of financial claims –

without the need for any further especial declaration to such effect. When the retained

goods are onward sold together with other goods without any individual price for the

retained goods being agreed, then the Purchaser now hereby cedes to the Supplier

that price proportion of the overall financial claim, which corresponds with the price

invoiced by the Supplier for the retained goods.

4. a) The Purchaser is permitted hereunder to elaborate the retained goods or to combine

these with other subject matters. In such cases, the elaboration is deemed to

be carried out for the Supplier. The Purchaser thus acts as bailee for the Supplier.

The Purchaser is thus to keep the new subject matter thus produced for the Supplier

with the due care of a registered business trader (i.e. registered in the commercial

register of business names). The new subject matter thus produced is to

be deemed hereunder as retained goods.

4. b) The Supplier and the Purchaser now hereby declare and agree, that the Supplier

is entitled hereunder, in any event to a co-IPR in any new product produced

by a combining or mixing of the retained goods with other subject matter not belonging

to the Supplier, in an amount being the ratio which the value of the combined

or mixed retained goods supplied bears to the other third party goods at

the point in time of the combining or mixing. The new subject matter is thus to

be deemed hereunder as retained goods.

4. c) The regulation of the ceding of financial claims in Paragraph 3 hereof is also to

apply to the new subject matter. Such cession however only applies to the amount

corresponding with the value of the elaborated, combined or mixed goods retained,

which was invoiced to the Purchaser.

4. d) Should the Purchaser combine the retained goods with plots of land or with chattels,

then the Purchaser is also to cede that financial claim to the Supplier, without

any further especial declaration becoming necessary, to which the Purchaser

is entitled as consideration for such combination, as security together with all

associated rights in that ratio, which the combined retained goods bear to the

other third party combined goods at the point in time of such combination.

5. The Purchaser is hereby entitled, until the revocation of such entitlement, to collect all

such ceded financial claims from onward sales. The Supplier is however entitled hereunder

to revoke such collection entitlement of the Purchaser on material grounds, in

particular in cases of payment arrears, suspension of payments, the opening of insolvency

proceedings, protested bills of exchange or justified indications of over-indebtedness

or the threatened insolvency of the Purchaser. In addition, the Supplier is entitled

hereunder, after giving previous warning and, in observing a reasonable period of

time, to disclose such cession of the security, realize the ceded financial claim as well to

demand the disclosure of such security cession by the Purchaser to ultimate customers.

6. The Purchaser is to inform the Supplier with immediate effect of any seizure, attachment

or confiscation of the retained goods supplied or of any other form of intervention

of third parties. In proving the credibility of any justified interest, the Purchaser is

to reveal the requisite information for the assertion of rights against its own customers

and to relinquish the necessary documentation to the Supplier.

7. The Supplier is entitled hereunder to repossess the retained goods supplied and to withdraw

from the contract in cases of any infringement of contractual duties on the part of

the Purchaser, especially in cases of payment arrears, after the unsuccessful expiry of an

appropriate period of time set for compliance; but the statutory rules for the dispensing

with a period of time for compliance remain unaffected thereby. The Purchaser is under

an unconditional contractual duty hereunder to release the Supplies. Any repossession of

the retained goods supplied by the Supplier and/or the assertion of the reservation of IPRs

respectively, or the pledging by the Supplier of the retained goods supplied, shall represent

no withdrawal from contract hereunder unless the Supplier expressly declares withdrawal.

Label on the lamp

Overview of the illuminants used

Symbol Description /



All purpose lamps

A60 E27

Mercury vapour

high pressure discharge lamp



Halogen vapour

high pressure discharge lamps






HIT-DE RX7s-24




Sodium vapour


high pressure discharge lamps








Symbol Description / Socket


Low pressure discharge lamps

Compact fluorescent lamps

TC-S G23


TC-D G24d-1

TC-D G24d-2

TC-D G24d-3

TC-DEL G24q-1

TC-DEL G24q-2

TC-DEL G24q-3

TC-F 2G10

TC-L 2G11

Low pressure discharge lamps

Circular fluorescent lamps

T32-R G10q

Low pressure discharge lamps

New fluorescent lamps, Ø16

T5/16 G5

Low pressure discharge lamps

Standard fluorescent lamps, Ø26

T8/26 G13

Low pressure discharge lamps

Standard fluorescent lamps, Ø38

T12/38 G13

Sterilization lamp, Ø26

T8/26 G13

Art. groups


Art. group Page

0010... 81

100.../105... 14

110.../111... 15

115.../116... 16

1185../611../613../614../623.. 80

1192.../1193... 79

1195.../1197... 76

120.../124... 180

1200.../1202.../20... 65

1200.../1202.../20... 64

1203.../1204... 67

1205.../1206.../1207... 102

1208.../1209.../1210... 104

1213... 101

1220.../1221... 78

135.../136.../137... 30

1350... 120

1375.../1376... 143

140... 89

140.../141.../142... 24

140.../141.../142... 25

1405.../1410... 170

1456.../1457... 90

1460.../1461... 92

150.../151.../152... 28

150.../151.../152... 29

155.../156.../157... 26

155.../156.../157... 27

160... 51

160.../165.../170... 52

165.../170... 48

167.../169... 49

1930.../1950... 112

1980.../1985... 113

1992.../1993... 114

220.../225... 70

222.../223.../224... 71

270.../271... 140

300.../301... 130

310.../311... 132

320.../321... 136

330.../331... 134

335.../336... 138

340.../341... 139

360.../361... 131

365.../370.../371... 42

370.../372... 166

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375.../376... 142

380.../381... 146

385.../386... 144

395... 100

400.../401... 38

405... 87

410.../413 86

420... 172

425.../426... 173

435.../436.../437... 36

450.../451... 94

455.../456... 95

465... 17

467... 118

470.../471.../472.../474... 119

480.../481.../482... 40

480.../481.../482... 41

485.../486.../487... 34

49... 22

49... 23

495.../496... 171

5165.../5170... 54

5165.../5170... 56

5195... 76

5310.../5311... 133

5320.../5121... 137

5330.../5331... 135

5375.../5376... 143

5380.../5381... 147

5630.../5631... 55

601... 164

601.../602.../615... 177

601.../602.../811... 176

6018... 178

610../611../614../630../631.. 88

614.../630.../631... 53

619... 152

619... 153

66... 158

668... 162

668... 163

669... 160

669... 161

670.../675... 124

672.../673.../674.../6017... 125

69... 184

Quick-Plug System 179

Every care has been taken to ensure that the information and the optical diagrams in the catalogue (8th edition) are accurate. We reserve

the right to make technical alterations to the specifications shown and to make genuine errors in presenting the information. Date 04/2006





Custom solutions

Optionally available luminaires for both objects and buildings

Custom solutions

Eye-catching illumination of objects with supplementing with additional LEDs



Application photos

Ramp and access illumination with Patmos and Monaco with black RAL paint finish

Application photo

Vertical Tinos application


Application photo

Vertical Tinos application


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